By RightWingMom, Skill of the Month editor
Survival Moms’ Quilting Bee
Let’s see how everyone’s doing! Have you tried quilting for the first time this month or have you started a new quilting project? Email your photos to admin @thesurvivalmom.com and your photos will be posted on the blog!
Whether you’re an experienced quilter, increasing your skills, or a newbie just joining the Survival Moms’ Quilting Bee, here are a few more ideas for you. Below you’ll find links to supplies, patterns, and books that you may find helpful. Feel free to post links and sources you have found helpful. There’s an endless world of quilting information and ideas!
This is one of my favorite patterns. I made it for my middle sister a few years ago and she absolutely loved it!
My post apocalyptic project! At my sweet husband’s request, I’m ordering the final supplies to have this king-size quilt ready to make by hand. He loves my quilting so much, he advises on colors and patterns that he likes. It will be especially special if I have to work on it in a TEOTWAWKI environment!
Yes, I actually own and use this book. It is well written with clear and easy to understand instructions. It also provides several projects for beginners.
Any of Barbara Chainey’s books are good. She is very easy to understand, provides clear instructions, and her patterns and projects are lovely. If you are concerned about cutting and piecing blocks making a quilt top, this book has a wonderful section on whole cloth quilting.
This is a simple and inexpensive “how to” book. It covers the basics from supplies to instructions and provides a few projects for beginners.
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